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The Life and Letters of Woodrow Wilson: Neutrality 1914-1915
The Life and Letters of Woodrow Wilson: Neutrality 1914-1915
By Ray Stannard Baker
Doubleday, 1935, 421 pp

A new view of the first year and a half of American neutrality, by President Wilson's authorized biographer. Many controversies will be revived, and some new ones aroused, less by any new information presented than by the manner of presentation. Among the most interesting matters treated are Colonel House's mission to Europe and Secretary Bryan's attitude toward the limitation of loans to belligerents. The account closes soon after the latter's resignation.